Oliver Byrne

The Fifth Book of Euclid simplified, 1841

The Miscellaneous Mathematical Papers of OB, Maynard L 1848, ed John Byrne
OB (ed) Appleton's Dictionary of machines, Mechanics, Engine work and Engineering, 2 vols 1852 (Daniel Appleton and Co.,)

The Calculus of Form 1870

The Creed of Saint Athanasius proved by a Mathematical parallel a satire 1859

Description and Use of the Byrnegraph, an instrument for multiplying, dividing and comparing lines, angles, surfaces and solids, Alalrd London 1846

Dual Arithmetic, A New Art., Bell & Daldy London, 1865

The Essential Elements of Practical Mechanics, based on the principal of work, designed for engineering students, Spon, London 1868

General Method of Solving Equations of all degress, applied particularly to equations of the second, third, fourth and fifth Spon London 1868

The Geometry of Compasses, Lockwood London 1877

The Handbook for the Artisan, Mechanic, and Engineer, Collins, Philadelphia 1853

How to Measure the Earth with the Assistance of ~Raiulroads, Currie and Bowman, Newcastle, 1838

Lectures on the Art and Science of War, Donahoe Boston 1853

New and Improved Systems of Logorithms, Day London 1838

Pocketbook for Railroad and Civil Engineers, Shepherd NY 1851

The Practical Metal-Worker's assistant, Baird Phil 1851

The Practical Model Calculator, Baird Phil 1852

A Short Practcical Treatise on Spherical trigonometry, Valpy L 1835

Spon's Dictionary of Engineering Spon L 1869 - 1874

Tables of Dual Logarithms, Dual Numbers, and corresponding Natural Numbers Bell and Daldy L 1867

Byrne's Treatise on navigation and nautical Astronomy, the author 1875

The Young Dual Arithmetician, Bell & Daldy L 1865

The Young Geometrician, or Practical geometry without compasses, Chapman and Hall L 1865